Handbook of Physical-Chemical Properties and Environmental by Donald Mackay, Wan Ying Shiu, Kuo-Ching Ma, Sum Chi Lee

By Donald Mackay, Wan Ying Shiu, Kuo-Ching Ma, Sum Chi Lee

Delivery and transformation tactics are key for making a choice on how people and different organisms are uncovered to chemical compounds. those tactics are principally managed through the chemical compounds’ physical-chemical houses. This re-creation of the Handbook of Physical-Chemical homes and Environmental destiny for natural chemical compounds is a finished sequence in 4 volumes that serves as a reference resource for environmentally correct physical-chemical estate information of diverse teams of chemical substances.

The guide comprises physical-chemical estate information from peer-reviewed journals and different helpful assets on over 1200 chemical compounds of environmental problem. The instruction manual includes new facts at the temperature dependence of chosen physical-chemical homes, which permits scientists and engineers to accomplish higher chemical exams for weather conditions outdoors the 20–25-degree variety for which estate values are more often than not reported.

This moment version of the Handbook of Physical-Chemical homes and Environmental destiny for natural chemical compounds is a vital reference for college libraries, regulatory companies, experts, and pros, fairly these eager about chemical synthesis, emissions, destiny, endurance, long-range delivery, bioaccumulation, publicity, and organic results of chemical substances within the environment.

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6431 × 10–7·(t/°C)3 (1) 1. 1 S/g·m–3 t/°C S/g·m–3 9905 8983 8216 7920 7689 7440 7511 7940 20 35 50 8080 7435 7290 S/wt% 2. Stephenson 1992 Tse et al. 1992 Wright et al. 2 S/g·m–3 t/°C S/g·m–3 t/°C S/g·m–3 10200 9300 8200 7900 7400 7700 7900 20 30 35 40 7280 8118 8558 9011 20 35 50 8108 7030 7694 Trichloromethane: solubility vs. 1 Logarithm of mole fraction solubility (ln x) versus reciprocal temperature for trichloromethane. 319 bp/°C Antoine eq eq. 224 Trichloromethane: vapor pressure vs. p. p.

5 months based on reaction with OH radical (Callahan et al. 3% in 1d or 12 sunlit hours at 300 K in urban environments (Singh et al. 1981) t½ = 247–2468 h, based on photooxidation half-life in air (Atkinson 1985; quoted, Howard et al. 02 yr (Nimitz & Skaggs 1992). Surface water: t½ = 768–3696 h, based on estimated aqueous aerobic biodegradation half-life (Howard et al. 1991). Groundwater: t½ = 1344–8640 h, based on estimated aqueous aerobic biodegradation half-life and sub-soil grab sample data from a groundwater aquifer (Wilson et al.

1988). 17839 × 10–5·(T/K)2 (2) 1. Rex 1906 Van Arkel & Vles 1936 Walraevens et al. 1 (Continued ) 2. Barr & Newsham 1987 Wright et al. 1992 Hovorka & Dohnal 1997 Horvath & Getzen 1999a infinite dilution activity coeff. activity coefficient activity coefficient recommended, IUPAC-NIST t/°C S/g·m–3 t/°C S/g·m–3 t/°C S/g·m–3 t/°C S/g·m–3 20 35 50 5090 4910 5090 20 35 45 4998 4434 5236 10 20 30 35 40 45 50 5627 5196 5236 5266 5395 5576 5812 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 6240 5910 5620 5380 5190 5040 4930 4880 4870 4900 4980 Tse et al.

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